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Jennifer Lawrence Behind the Scenes in Hunger Games (videos)

While “The Hunger Games,” world premiere unfolded in Los Angeles, fans got a glimpse of some behind the scenes action during filming of the science fiction action adventure in raw footage released by studio Lionsgate. Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth star in the film, which opens nationwide Mar. 23....
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Kristen Stewart First Look as Vampire in Breaking Dawn 2

Kristen Stewart puts in those nasty amber contact lenses and transforms into a vampire like her love Robert Pattinson in a new clip from Breaking Dawn, Part2. It’s the first look at Bella after Part 1 ended with her transformation. Bella’s husband Edward Cullen was forced to turn her into a blood sucker after she was on the verge of dying during childbirth. The first movie ended with Bella opening her amber-colored eyes....
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Johnny Depp Plays Savage Tonto in Lone Ranger (photo)

Johnny Depp’s controversial film, “The Lone Ranger,” will at least be one thing–highly visual. A new set photo showing Depp as Lone Ranger sidekick, Tonto, suggests a Tim Burtonesque look and feel. Depp, 48, who is known for creating colorful characters like Capt. Jack Sparrow and the Mad Hatter, has done the same with Tonto, who looks totally savage....
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Selena Gomez Wears Tiny String Bikini on Break

Selena Gomez is making the most of her time in sunny Florida. She hit the beach in the tiniest string bikini for some rest and relaxation while shooting her new film "Spring Breakers." Selena is slowly giving up her school-girl ways and becoming more daring with her sexuality....
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Avengers Knock Heads for 13.7 Million Viewers of New Trailer (watch!)

The Avengers don’t play nice togther, but play they must to save the world. A new extended trailer shows the team, which includes, Iron Man, the Hulk, Captain America, Thor and other superheroes fighting each other as much as the enemy. All is not well on earth. “War has started, and we are hopelessly outgunned,” says Nick Fury, played by Samuel L. Jackson....
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Scarlett Johansson Lands Hitchcock Movie; Will She Do Nude Scene?

Scarlett Johansson has signed to play Janet Leigh in a movie about the making of Alfred Hitchcock’s classic 1960 horror film “Psycho.” Will it be her first movie nude scene? The movie set a new standard for drama in a horror film, even though it was released to mixed reviews. It’s now widely regarded as the famed director’s best movie and is considered a classic....
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The Avengers New Trailer: Team Unites to Save Earth (watch!)

The Avengers don’t play nice togther, but play they must to save the world. A new extended trailer shows the team, which includes, Iron Man, the Hulk, Captain America, Thor and other superheroes fighting each other as much as the enemy. All is not well on earth. “War has started, and we are hopelessly outgunned,” says Nick Fury, played by Samuel L. Jackson....
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Meryl Streep Adds Sense of History With Best Actress Oscar

Meryl Streep, the sentimental favorite for Best Actress for her portrayal of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady,” gave the 84th Academy Awards a sense of history after winning the Oscar, her third, 30 years after her last Oscar win. Streep, 62, became the most nominated actress in Academy Award history with her nod for "The Iron Lady," and even she seemed shocked by the honor....
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Michel Hazanavicius Scores Directing Oscar for The Artist

Michel Hazanavicius has kept the ball rolling for "The Artist" at the 84th Academy Awards, winning for Best Director against formidable competition. The film has 10 Oscar nominations and was the strongest contender coming into the show. The French film director, 44, producer and screenwriter is best known for his spy movie parodies. The Artist was a cut apart....
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Christopher Plummer Marks Career High; Oldest Oscar Winner

Christopher Plummer's stirring performance in "The Beginners" was rewarded with an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. He virtually stole the film as Hal, the gay father of Ewan McGregor's character, Oliver. Plummer, 82, was the oldest actor to win and Oscar, which was also his first despite a distinguished career in film....
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Octavia Spencer A-List After Supporting Actress Oscar Win

Octavia Spencer was humble and teary eyed after winning best supporting actress for her role in "The Help." She played Minny Jackson, a maid with a fiery temperament and little tolerance for the social injustice of her era. Spencer laughed and cried during her acceptance speech which ran over the time limit. Although it seemed as though she hardly had time to say anything of substance for her first win....